Posted by Joan Robison on Sep 26, 2019
Lakehouse Pop Up Case Study
 
 
Women over 50 are the fastest growing group of people experiencing housing instability in Australia – often as a result of pay inequity, little to no superannuation or savings, divorce, domestic and family violence and time taken as unpaid carers.   Adequate supply of social housing and affordable housing remains an enduring issue across Australia. Currently there are more than 40,000 applicants for social housing, on the Victorian Housing Register alone.
 
The Lakehouse is Melbourne's first Pop Up Shelter for women in need of temporary housing.  For the Study report, go to (here)